There's always something happening in the Kiama area, which includes Gerringong, Gerroa, Jamberoo and Minnamurra..
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Our Events Calendar is full of family-friendly festivals, art exhibits, concerts, expos, community events and so much more! If you would like to let us know of an upcoming event, or simply to obtain more information, contact us.
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Your perspective is the way you see something. Perspective has a Latin root meaning “look through” or perceive” and all the meanings of perspective have something to do with looking. This body of work has found me trying to interpret my perspective of the world around me. A Sydney born artist, Kerry Candarakis resides in the Sutherland Shire. Her paintings salute patterns, shapes, contours, the coast and landforms. The Illawarra and Shoalhaven areas have been a major influence in this body of work and she is delighted that it be shown at the Little Blowhole Art Bar. www.KerryCandarakis.com Please note: The Art Bar is CLOSED Mondays & Tuesdays. Please check their website for trading hours.Learn More
This is a 7 a side tournament aimed at remembering Johnny Warren's unique contribution to football in Australia. The Johnny Warren Memorial Cup comprises eighty teams. There are 5 divisions including Men's Over 35's, Over 45's, Over 50's, Women's Open and Women's Over 50's. The teams are a mixture of local sides, Sydney sides and teams from around NSW, the ACT and Victoria. For more information visit the Johnny Warren Football Foundation website.Learn More
FOKL and KDHS presents Paul Irish Author of Hidden in Plain View : The Aboriginal People of Coastal Sydney
Paul has researched the Aboriginal history of Sydney for more than 10 years and is the author of “Hidden in Plain View : The Aboriginal People of Coastal Sydney”, published in 2017. The book tells the powerful story of aboriginal lives in the nineteenth century that was largely ignored in colonial narratives, the book winning the Regional Community History Prize at the 2018 NSW Premier’s History Awards. “Hidden in Plain View” shows that Aboriginal people never disappeared from Sydney in the nineteenth century as is often assumed. Instead they lived across colonial Sydney and interacted with its residents and economy, often in unexpected ways. They also travelled to nurture family connections along the coast beyond Sydney, including south to the Illawarra and Shoalhaven. Copies of the book will be on sale. Dr Irish will talk about his book and will also introduce us to the exhibition in the Library “This is Where They Travelled : Historical Aboriginal Lives in Sydney”, created with researchers from the La Perouse Aboriginal community, which maps the lives of a number of Aboriginal people with connections to coastal Sydney in the nineteenth and early twentieth century. The exhibition will remain open for the month of February. Entry will be by donation of $5 for members/$8 for guests. Afternoon tea will be provided upstairs in the Library where members and friends will see the new exhibition. Altogether a most interesting and enjoyable afternoon.Learn More
The Kiama Farmers' Market runs every Wednesday. Please note that the times vary 3-6pm in summer (October to April) & 2-5pm in Winter (April to October). Stock up on fresh fruit and veggies, eggs, bread, honey, jams and chilli sauces. Lots of tasty things to eat and buy.Learn More
The Tarmac days in February subject to operational conditions, is set to fly these classic aircraft; Super Constellation "Connie on Friday afternoon and Saturday middle of the dayDe Havilland Drover on Saturday middle of the day.Dakota C47 Friday and Saturday afternoon. Over the Tarmac Days the Museum Volunteer guides will welcome visitors to step into Australia's Aviation heritage actually inside some of more than 40 aircrafts on show.For further information please contact HARS President and Chief Pilot Bob De La Hunty on 0433 941 306Learn More
The Chamber Philharmonia Cologne, Germany is touring Australia with Classical Music in summer 2019 and will performing on Sunday 10th February 2019 at 8 pm in Christ Church in Kiama Tickets are available from the Kiama Visitors Information Centre;Adult $40 | Senior/Pensioner $35 | Student/Child $30 After several successful European tours in 2016, 2017 and 2018 the Chamber Philharmonia Cologne (Germany) is coming back to Australia in summer with a powerful and lovely new programme. “Classical music the world over” – this is the motto of the Chamber Philharmonia Cologne. It is irrelevant for our musicians whether they are playing in a little village church, in the open air, in Cologne Cathedral or in the Sydney Opera House – their enthusiasm to play music is the same every time. The objective is simple – we want to inspire as many people as possible across all generations to enjoy classical music. The popularity of our ensemble is reflected in the fact that the Chamber Philharmonia Cologne gives around 300 concerts a year around the globe and listeners throughout the world look forward to a musical encounter with our exceptionally talented musicians. For further information please see our website www.kpk-info.deLearn More
Over 250, classic, performance and vintage cars plus trikes. Special visits from Rural Fire Service truck and NSW Police pursuit vehicle. Terry Thompson, President of The Council Of Motor Clubs Inc., will be present on the day and available to discuss any issues car enthusiasts may have. Cost $5 per person, children under 12 free.Learn More
Stage 1 of the 2019 FootGolf World Tour will be held at Jamberoo Golf Club, with the competition open to all players.Players registered as FootGolf Australia + World Ranking members will be eligible to qualify and represent Australia in the:2019 Asia Cup at Horizons Golf Resort 2020 FIFG FootGolf World CupIn 2019, there will be 14 stages of the World Tour in Australia, in addition to State Leagues.Learn More
Celebrated International Pianist gives a fascinating insight into the lives and work of Bach, Beethoven, Grainger, Chopin and more,as she performs their music. Tickets $25 at the door.(doors open at 1.30pm) Free for members, children and students. Afternoon tea provided.Learn More
On February 17, 2019 Cupids Undie Run comes to Kiama Surf Life Saving Club. Cupids Undie Run is a 1.5k (ish) run in your bedroom-best on Valentines weekend. No, we're not crazy, we're just crazy serious about raising money for the Childrens Tumour Foundation of Australia. Festivities start with a pre-run party, then we run and dance around the streets and come back for post-race awards and festivities.We know that running in nothing but your undies isn't for everyone which is why we encourage you to dress up or down! Chuck on a tshirt, a tutu and fairy wings, a super hero costume, or anything else that makes you comfortable while still standing out. Cupids Undie Run is all about putting the FUN back in Fun Run, so be bold and help us celebrate difference! The run will start at Kiama SLSC head up around the showground and turn around the at stonewall near the Anglican church. The run is a big fundraiser for the Children's Tumour Foundation. The Childrens Tumour Foundation of Australia (CTF) is dedicated to finding effective treatments for people living with neurofibromatosis (NF), a term for three disorders: NF1, NF2, and Schwannomatosis. Registrations can be done online here. http://www.cupidsundierun.com.au/ then choose there city of choice which is Kiama, and cost is $60. Receive a t-shirt and a cute pair of Cupids Undies by Bonds. You can register on the day, but won't get the undies or t-shirt. It's also cash only on the day. The event starts at 10am , when participants can pick up the race packets of undies and t-shirt if they registered before the day. We have hired the Surf Club so they will come upstairs. The fun run, hop, skip, jump or walk will start at 11.30am.Learn More
The annual Kiama Sevens will once again be held on the last Saturday in February at the Kiama Showground. The Kiama Sevens is a seven-a-side knock out competition. There will be individual trophies for the players in the winning team. The Kiama Sevens Cup will be presented to the Champion Club. There will be prizes for the teams reaching the semi-finals and finals. For more details visit the event website. A great family day out with refreshments and picnic facilities available at the ground - come on down this year!Learn More
Who said you can’t drink wine AND exercise? Have your wine and drink it too, we say! We bet you’ve never run a race quite like the Grapest 5k Run! ( Note : This is an 18+ event)Experience a great evening with friends, with a little fitness & lots of fun. You will work up a thirst with the 5k or 10k run through amazing wineries across Australia. Then enjoy a cool down through the wine tasting waddle to re-energise yourself before some grape dancing with our live entertainment as the sun goes down. What will I need to bring? - Confirmation email with QR Code & ID - $5 CASH for car parking (Proceeds to go to RMH) - Signed waiver, found on the website - Sensible footwear for off road running - Wide brimmed hat or cap - Sunscreen - Clothing that is appropriate for the weather - Sealed water - no more then 1.5L - CASH for food, wine and merchandise purchases - A whole bunch of friends to have a grape day outLearn More